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MARKET OF ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES IN POLAND

(Edition 2019)

 
     
CONTENT
 

1. INTRODUCTION
2. STATUS AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS OF ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES MARKET
   2.1. Sales volume of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2012-2018
   2.2. Analysis of volume sales of adhesives for ceramic tiles dynamics
   2.3. Sales value of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2012-2018
   2.4. Analysis of adhesives for ceramic tiles dynamics
   2.5. Analysis of average prices of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2012-2018
   2.6. Analysis of average price of products dynamics
   2.7. Forecast of market size of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2019-2020
   2.8. Forecast of quantitative dynamics of market of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   2.9. Forecast of market value of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2019-2020
   2.10. Forecast of dynamics of market value of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   2.11. Forecast of average market prices of adhesives for ceramic tiles in 2019-2020
   2.12. Forecast of dynamics of average market prices of adhesives for ceramic tiles
3. DISTRIBUTION AND FLOW-OF-GOODS OF ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES
   3.1. Structure of distribution channels of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   3.2. Volume of flow-of-goods in distribution channels
   3.3. Decomposition of wholesalers depends on supply sources and redistribution
   3.4. Volume of flow-of-goods in wholesalers
   3.5. End-users of adhesives for ceramic tiles segmentation
   3.6. Volume of purchase according to type of buyerr
4. CHARACTERISTICS OF BUILDING PROFESSIONALS AND WORKS CARRYING OUT
     BY THEM USING ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES

   4.1. Place of carrying out works with adhesives for ceramic tiles - structure divided into voivodeships
   4.2. Tonnage of consumption of adhesives for ceramic tiles divided into voivodeships
   4.3. Place of carrying out works with adhesives for ceramic tiles - structure according to city size – and use tonnage consumption
   4.4. Building professionals according to company size – and their consumption of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   4.5. Building professionals according to type of activity – and their consumption of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   4.6. Structure of purposes works with adhesives for ceramic tiles - and consumption of adhesives for ceramic tiles
   4.7. Structure of adhesives for ceramic tiles usage according to type of building and consumption of adhesives for ceramic tiles
5. COMPETITION ON ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES MARKET
   5.1. Producers market shares
   5.2. Estimated sales volume of particular companies/brands of adhesives for ceramic tiles
6. IMAGE AND PERCEPTION OF BRANDS OF ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES
   6.1. Most known brands of adhesives for ceramic tiles - ranking
   6.2. Brands of adhesives for ceramic tiles perceived as high quality - ranking
   6.3. Brands of adhesives for ceramic tiles perceived as affordable price - ranking
   6.4. Brands of adhesives for ceramic tiles perceived as easy available - ranking
7. SPECIFICATION AND SEMANTIC PROFILES OF SOME COMPANIES/BRANDS OF ADHESIVES FOR CERAMIC TILES
   7.1. AKAMIT
   7.2. ANSER
   7.3. ARDEX
   7.4. ARSANIT
   7.5. ASPOL
   7.6. ASTEX
   7.7. BAUMASTER
   7.8. BAUMIT
   7.9. BOLIX
   7.10. BOSTIK
   7.11. CEKOL
   7.12. CERESIT
   7.13. DREIER
   7.14. DRYVIT
   7.15. EURO-MIX
   7.16. FARBY KABE
   7.17. FAST
   7.18. FRANSPOL
   7.19. GREINPLAST
   7.20. GRUPA ATLAS
   7.21. GRUPA KNAUF
   7.22. GRUPA MAPEI
   7.23. GRUPA PIOTROWICE II
   7.24. GRUPA SAINT-GOBAIN
   7.25. GRUPA SELENA
   7.26. IZOLBET
   7.27. KERAKOLL
   7.28. KLEIB
   7.29. KOSBUD
   7.30. KREISEL
   7.31. MAJSTERPOL
   7.32. MC BAUCHEMIE
   7.33. MEGARON
   7.34. MIRA
   7.35. MITECH
   7.36. MTB
   7.37. MUREXIN
   7.38. MURMIX
   7.39. OPTIMAX
   7.40. OPTOLITH
   7.41. PROFIT
   7.42. PROMA
   7.43. QUICK-MIX
   7.44. REMMERS
   7.45. SEMPRE
   7.46. SICHER
   7.47. SIKA
   7.48. SOLBET
   7.49. TECHNITYNK
   7.50. TERMO ORGANIKA
   7.51. TORGGLER

 

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